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<p> I'm trying to merge and edit two files with this program (short ex +ample files in %data ) <code> #!/usr/bin/perl -s -- use strict; use warnings; use autodie; Main( @ARGV ); exit( 0 ); sub Main { if( $help ){ return print Usage(); } open my($in1) , '<', \$data{input1}; open my($in2) , '<', \$data{input1}; while( not( grep eof, $in1, $in2 ) ){ my $line1 = <$in1>; my $line2 = <$in1>; chomp $line1; print $line1, $line2; } close $in1; close $in2; } sub Usage { <<"__USAGE__"; $0 $0 -help $0 -foo $0 -oof=bar $0 -oof=bar baz __USAGE__ } ## end sub Usage BEGIN { our %data = ( input1 => \<<'__VROOM', __VROOM input2 => \<<'__VROOM', __VROOM expectedOutput => \<<'__VROOM', __VROOM ); } ## end BEGIN __END__ </code> <p> I want the get output $data{expectedOutput} but it gives me this +error message / faulty output:</p> <code> error message or faulty output here </code> <p> I'm trying to ... <p> I also tried ...

In reply to Re^2: Standard way for displaying a script's output. by Anonymous Monk
in thread Standard way for displaying a script's output. by tobyink

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